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." santa rosa almost8" of rain, 4" in san francisco, 4.67" in concord. the russian river near guerneville this morning topped off at about 27 feet. that's below flood stage. it continues to recede. we are looking at a nice afternoon. get out there and join it. some sunshine out there dry conditions temperatures should be mainly in the 60s tonight. the clouds are going to thicken up a bit once again as we have a storm system approaching the coastline. overnight lows in the 40s and the 50s. and well looks like a nice afternoon around the bay area. 59 degrees right now in san jose. 61 in the napa valley and 56 degrees in san francisco. there are changes coming though. high pressure off the coastline but only giving's brief break. look at this. we have yet another storm that's approaching the bay area. so enjoy the break today. looks like tomorrow we get back into it again. some rain developing maybe as early as the latter part of the afternoon in parts of the north bay. most of it comes through tuesday night into wednesday morning. this storm system doesn't look as windy and wet. maybe one t
of rain in the north bay in mount venado. santa rosa about an inch over an inch in san francisco and almost that in oakland. mount umunum that has had over 16" of rainfall over the past few storms just over half inch there but we are still not done. you can see a lot of yellows to begin the day. that is quickly sliding south now. still, we have pockets of pop- up showers. things beginning to wind down. we are hoping to dry out. will that happen? we'll have more on that coming up. back to you. >> thank you. >>> now, most of the bay area did not need to see any more rain this morning. check out this parking lot. this is down in burlingame. drains just couldn't handle the barrage of water this morning backing up and leaving that monster puddle you see right there. of course, you can track the weather anytime with our live high-def doppler radar. just go to our website, cbssf.com/weather. you can check it out there. >>> some heavy current during the past week of stormy weather snapped the cable that guides a solano county ferry. caltrans has suspended all the service now for the j-ma
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